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Young students from St. Adalbert School in Cleveland waiting for Mass to start.

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Rev. Joseph Kim, Rev. Jeffrey Barnish,
Rev. Michael McCandless, Rev. Robert Ramser, & Rev. Jeremy Merzweiler

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Fr. Sean Ralph at the Cathedral of St. John the Evangelist
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"The joy is a sign that the Gospel has been proclaimed and is bearing fruit. Yet the drive to go forth and give, to go out from ourselves, to keep pressing forward in our sowing of the good seed, remains ever present."

Pope Francis, The Joy of the Gospel

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Diocese of Cleveland Raises $414,199 on Giving Tuesday

[image:1] The Northeast Ohio Catholic community came together on Tuesday, November 29, Giving Tuesday, in an extraordinary way to support the important work of 157 participating Catholic schools, parishes, ministries, Catholic Charities sites and programs, and other nonprofits through an historic online effort, named #weGiveCatholic. This...

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Fr. Latcovich

How do you form a happy, holy, and well-educated priest? That’s the mission of Borromeo Seminary and St. Mary’s Seminary, under the leadership of Fr. Mark Latcovich. As rector, he guides seminarians through a process that for some men begins with college courses at Borromeo (including many at John Carroll University) followed by a five-year...

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